Jitter in Ableton - On demand

Membership plan: Going Deeper | Topics: Visual Arts

What you'll learn

  • Discover the basics of the Jitter framework
  • Explore options for analysing audio signals to gather data to control visuals
  • Deploy objects suitable for making visuals
  • Apply processes from data acquired from audio signals to control visuals
  • Apply UI elements and save into a Max For Live device

Who is this course for?

  • This course is for people with a programming background who are interested in exploring the jitter environment.

Course content

  • Part 1 - Jitter vs OpenGL
  • Part 2 - Get Data from Audio
  • Part 3 - Create an Audio Reactive Patch_1
  • Part 4 - Render context processing
  • Part 5 - Move the path to Max For Live
  • Jitter in Ableton intro.maxpat
  • Max patches at the end of the sessions


  • A computer and Internet connection
  • A good working knowledge of computer systems
  • A basic awareness of audio processing
  • Good familiarity with MSP
  • Access to a copy of Max 8 (i.e. trial or full license)

Meet your instructor

Duncan Wilson (aka Ned Rush) is a musician, producer and content creator based in the UK. Whilst perhaps largely known for his Youtube channel, he has also released music independently as well developing content for Isotonik Studios.


Useful links

Federico Foderaro's YouTube channel

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